TV: 30 Rock 6.16 “Nothing Left to Lose” Best Lines

Posted: April 9, 2012 in Best Lines, Television
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30 Rock 6.16 “Nothing Left to Lose” (***1/2) — A regained sense of smell conjures powerful emotions for Tracy. Liz has to decide between keeping productive Tracy or not.

“My greatest weakness…is chocolate.” — Lutz (winking)

“No wonder those Japanese businessmen kept calling me Sleep Whore son.” — Liz

“This was the biggest waste of time since NBC’s Diversity Writing program. That was a good idea but all our actors are so white.” — Jack
“Slap it to me, Daddi-o.” — Jenna
Po-po popped dukie down by the vacants.” — Liz

“It’s called Desirz, but with a Z instead of the second E.” — Tracy

“Who has the time? With work and family and hobbies and listing excuses?” — Tracy

“It’s smells like Grandma’s at Christmas. That’s when we found her dead on the toilet.” — Kenneth

“The last time I tried to put myself out there, the girl turned out to be a cop.” — Pete

“The last two decades have been a freefall. If I could stay in the same place in the next five years, that would be a huge accomplishment.” — Pete
“You know who you remind me of? George. W. Bush.” — Jack

“How long has that been in there? Those things are from the 70s.” — Liz
“You know what else is from the 70s? Women staying quiet.” — Dr. Leo

“What do you think about revenge?” — Jenna
“Well, the Bible says its wrong. But it’s the surprise hit of the season on ABC, so I don’t know!” — Kenneth

“Look at us laughing together, like a couple of Jews watching The Daily Show.” — Kenneth

“Orville Redenbacher. Corn is not the only thing he popped if you know what I mean.” — Jack

“Are you quoting Lord of the Rings?” —  Pete
“No. I’m quoting myself talking to Bruce Willis.” — Jack

“Am I the worst person you know?” — Jenna
“Ms Maroney. Judging is for God and his angels. So yes, you are.” — Kenneth

“He’s never been more productive. But he abandoned his family and his baby doll.” — Liz mumbling
“Lemon. I invented business mumbling. :::mumbles:::” — Jack (can anyone catch what he said???)

“I could be six feet under, in the subterranean paradise to escape the poor.” — Jack

“On my self-evaluation, I said I’m the worst person I know. But it’s not true. Thanks to you guys, I’m the fourth worst. Jenna’s amazing like a star in a sky!” — Jenna

“Good God! It looks like a swastika made up of penises.” — Jack

“A gay rabbi chased me through mid town.” — Pete

“Why are you so heavy?” — Liz
“Cause so much of me has died.” — Tracy

“If I had a dollar for every time I was asked to reverse my procedures, my bitch ass wife would be a millionaire.” — Dr. Leo

“Five years from now, I’d like to still be working for NBC. Whatever NBC is five years from now — a T-shirt company, probably?” — Liz

“In five years, I hope I don’t have to be doing this hat thing anymore.” — Frank

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  1. “He’s never been more productive. But he abandoned his family and his baby daughter.” — Liz mumbling
    “Lemon. I invented business mumbling….. you gobshite full of pudding” — Jack

    At least I think that’s that they say!
    Gobshite is an Irish word used to descibe someone talking nonsense – and since Jack plays up his Irish roots it might make sense that this is what he’s saying. Plus Lemon is probably full of pudding. 🙂

  2. azuramothren says:

    It sounded like “You white garbage bag full of pudding” to me.

  3. Mark Calleja says:

    Jack ‘Business Mumbles’: “You white trash bag full of pudding.”

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